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    Default Best way to store cues long term.

    Whats the best way to store cues you are not playing with to keep them straight? I know to try to avoid changes in temperature and humidity but is it best to keep them vertical in a cue rack or horizontal in a cue case? A rack where all the weight forces are going straight down towards the butt seem

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    I just keep mine in cue case in cupboard in bed room.sranding upright against corner and got them secure so they don't move-- You need to be registered to read the rest of this thread, To become a member, Click HERE --
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    Mine are upright in their cases, away (as you say) from extreme changes of temperature, etc.
    They are all under the stairs so away from any chan

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    My snooker cue is in its case under my bed. I have kids, and that is the safest way to keep it safe. I keep my 9 ball cues upright in their case near

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    The vertical or horizontal position of a cue will have no impact. Humidity and temperature are what will affect the wood.

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    I don't worry about it too much to be honest. My doors not draughty, so other than a brief drop in temperature through the winter when someone comes t

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